Dear friends of the AZ Museum!
Unfortunately, starting from Monday, March 16, we are temporarily closing the museum and suspending all the public events, as we believe that under the current circumstances, each of us should think not only about our own health, but also about people around us.
There was only one week left before the end of the exhibition ”Life and Adventures of Anatoly Zverev”. We expected to see everyone who had not been yet in our Museum.
Unfortunately, starting from Monday, March 16, we are temporarily closing the museum and suspending all the public events, as we believe that in the circumstances, each of us should think not only about own our health, but also about the people around us.
For everyone who did not have time to see the exhibition, we created a video tour of it, which will be posted soon on our website. At the beginning of the week, on social networks of the AZ Museum, you can see a movie about the collection of Dimitris Apazidis, which was specially prepared for the exhibition "Life and Adventures of Anatoly Zverev"; the catalog of this project will be waiting for you in the bookstore or you can purchase it online.
Do not forget to check our website and social media pages. We are already preparing new and interesting materials for you about Anatoly Zverev, nonconformists and, of course, about George Costakis — the legendary collector and protagonist of our next exhibition.
We hope that by joint efforts we will be able to overcome the spread of the coronavirus infection and soon see you in our museum again! We wish you all health, tranquility and patience!
AZ Museum CEO
Art director of the AZ Museum
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